The latest news on education policy
Massachusetts shows what reforms are necessary to help students succeed.
Education leaders say the results are disappointing and 'lackluster.'
This holiday season, lawmakers can take several steps to empower teachers.
Clinton and Chinese officials said prioritizing health and brain development for children is critical.
The majority of states are funding data systems, but many still haven’t linked K-12 and workforce data.
Parents across the country may take their kids out of school Monday to protest Common Core standards.
By age 3, low-income children have vocabularies about half the size of children from wealthier families.
States can now apply to renew their waivers for one year, instead of two.
With a focus on closing gaps among low-performing students, gaps among high performers have grown.
Nearly 6 million people between the ages of 16 and 24 are neither in school nor working.